Alice Cahill

Senior Faculty, Center for Creative Leadership

Prior to joining CCL®, Alice provided leadership training, facilitation, and organizational consultation services

for clients within military, government, and non-profit settings. Specializing in strategic planning, leadership team development, work team dynamics, creativity, change management, and organizational culture, she has designed and facilitated learning programs and group meetings that encourage participation and generate energy and commitment to action. In her former role as the creator and Executive Director of the U.S. Navy's highly regarded Center for Organization Development and in her independent practice as an organizational development consultant, she routinely provided training as well as meeting design and facilitation services for work teams and for groups ranging in size from 12 to several hundred participants. Alice has successfully coached leaders and leadership teams at all levels, particularly within government, healthcare, and human service organizations. A retired U.S. Navy Captain, Alice has continued to provide leadership coaching to military leaders in senior roles within the military healthcare system and previously served as the Director of Leadership Education for the U.S. Navy Medical Department.

In her current position as a senior faculty member and practice leader for organizational leadership, Alice applies her extensive facilitation and consulting experience to the design and delivery of leadership development programs that focus on both individual and organizational learning and performance. She provides custom designs and delivers programs that put leadership principles into practice.  Alice also holds an Adjunct Faculty position in the Division of Engineering at the Penn State University School of Graduate Professional Studies where she teaches graduate level courses in leadership and problem-solving.

Alice earned a Ph.D. in Social-Organizational Psychology from Columbia University. She also holds a Master of Science in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Baltimore, both a Master of Science in Nursing and a Master of Public Health from Johns Hopkins University, and a Master of Arts in Adult Education from the University of Rhode Island.